Monthly Archives: December 2010

It’s a hell of a town

Hong Kong truly is a sister city to San Francisco. Geographically I find so many similarities. Although Hong Kong is on a much steeper and higher mountain peak, the sharp angled hills make for captivating views of great depth. It … Continue reading

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Swallow Saliva

So i know that i have not been the best blogger and definitely not very up to date on my postings, but hey, perhaps I am actually getting a life over here in China. I have a new roomate who … Continue reading

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Foshan and Shiwan

Another new addition in Guangzhou is the new subway lines to the Airport and the nearby town of Foshan. I took a nice Sunday afternoon to take an hour subway ride down tot eh town of Foshan, and see what … Continue reading

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November in Guangzhou

As I said, Guangzhou has changed dramatically for the Asian games. The most impressive is the massive green paths that have been built throughout the city for various outdoor activities. The web of the 1,060km green belt connects 10 districts, … Continue reading

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Art and Communism

I have always had a different view of beauty than most people. Throughout my years of taking photos, my favorite subjects were always my unique looking friends or worn down industrial sites. I am attracted to the colors that age … Continue reading

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